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Bisha Fishery Harbor

Bisha Fishery Harbor is surrounded by beautiful natural seascapes, including the jagged rocks at Hoping Island Park. One could enjoy the work of geomorphology over millions of years. Looking over the vast ocean from Wanyao Valley in Badouzih, one will forget all troubles in reality.

Bisha Fishery Harbor Fish market The marine abrasion platform in Wanghai Port presents magnificent strata. Experience riding on the crest of waves with a trip to Keelung Islet and you can forget all the nitty-gritty details in reality. The near waters of Bisha Fishery Harbor is famous for its seafood of high economic value, including fish, prawns, crabs, shells, algae, sea urchins, squid, cuttlefish etc.

The “treasure island” of marine products in Taiwan has recently set up a direct marketing center that combines recreation, fresh seafood and gastronomy.

The center was opened to the public on March 29, 1998. The center aims to eliminate the exploitation of middlemen out of the transportation cost of marine products, so that fishermen can receive the true benefits and consumers can buy fresh fish at the lowest price. The catering service area of the center also offer a wide variety of tasty, fresh seafood. Visitors can enjoy both the beautiful scenery of the port and a feast of seafood from local fishermen. Visitors can also buy fresh seafood at a good bargain and enjoy tasty seafood. Therefore, it is an ideal attraction for recreation, seafood shopping, and Chinese cuisine, and you will never forget this.

Transportation Information & Directions:

Take National Highway No. 1, then connect to Jhongjheng Elevated Road. Drive along on Jhongjheng to Bisha Fishery Harbor. You can also take City Bus 103 and get off at Lantou.


Temple Space in Keelung (Miaokou)

Throughout Taiwan, traditional snacks can be found in marketplaces and temples. These snacks are often called Miaokou snacks (snacks sold in front of temples). The snacks sold in front of Dianji Temple in Keelung have earned a word of mouth reputation and the Miaokou area has attracted more gourmets than pilgrims. Hence, this area has become a worldwide tourist attraction for tasty snacks.

Special food Temple Space in Keelung (Miaokou) Map Nobody knows when snack vendors started to gather in front of Dianji Temple. However, it is quite likely that vendors gathered here for more business opportunities. When people visit the temple during important festivals, puppet show and Taiwanese operas are performed in front of the temple to express their gratitude to the gods and goddesses worshipped in the temple; thus, vendors gather in the nearby area to sell food for the crowd.

According to local seniors, as early as in the late Japanese occupation period, vendors began to sell food in front of the temple on a regular basis. Some even built simple shelters there. At the same time, police would arrest street vendors selling food on today’s Ren 3rd Road. Even though the population in Keelung at that time was only fifty to sixty thousand, the temple area was the business center of urban Keelung. Keelung developed rapidly in the postwar period, and the temple area prospered quickly following the expansion of the local population. As there were so many vendors, “food market” expanded to Ren 3rd Road. Finally, the entire road became a food street. Later, some vendors even sell food on Ai 4th Road.

The unique historical background of Taiwan enriches its food culture. In addition to Fukienese and Cantonese food, there is aboriginal, Dutch, Spanish and Japanese food. When the National government came to Taiwan in 1949, the food culture of mainland China was brought to Taiwan. Later, after the economic takeoff, food came into Taiwan from all parts of the world. The local people developed new food styles from all these different cuisines and the special style of Taiwanese snacks combines the local style, the Western style, Han style and more.

Transportation Information & Directions:

Exit Nationa l Highway No. 1 at Keelung, go straight on Jhongsih Road, get to Renwu Road, turn left at Ai 3rd Road. When you see Ren 3rd Road, you will see the night market. You can also take the train or bus to Keelung station. Go to Jhong 1st Road to Ai 3rd Road and turn right to the night market.


Cookies and Desserts

  • Cyuanli Food Store

    No. 219,Xin 2nd Road, Keelung City
    (02)2423-1698

    Award-winning products:
    Chinese yam cookie, cream puff with Chinese yam, cream puff, fruit tart.

  • Windsor Castle Food Store

    No. 54, Jijin First road, Keelung City
    (02)2431-3887

    Award-winning products:
    Cheese puff with Chinese yam, multi-layer koumiss with Chinese yam, Chinese yam 3Q cookie collection, collection of Yuanyang cake with Chinese yam, collection of pineapple cookie, collection of fruit tart, honey cake, collection of Fonghuang cookie.

  • Shihji Food Store

    No. 28, Yi 1st Road, Keelugn City
    (02)2428-1969

    Award-winning products:
    Crispy cream puff with Chinese yam.

  • Lianjhen Food Store

    No. 42, Ai 2nd Road, Keelung City
    (02)2422-3676

    Award-winning products:
    Cheese cake with Chinese yam, Chinese yam cookie, milk curd with Chinese yam, Hongpian cake, peanut cake.

  • Western Cake

    No. 60 Ren 4th Road, Keelung City
    (02)2422-1655

    Award-winning products:
    Rice cake with Chinese yam, black sticky rice with Chinese yam.

  • Sandwich Bakery

    No. 87, Nanxing Road, Keelung City
    (02)2456-2358

    Award-winning products:
    Birthday cake with Chinese yam, Chinese yam cookie, toast with Chinese yam, cream puff with Chinese yam, strawberry rice cake with Chinese yam.

  • Jiangfuji Cake Store

    No. 68, An 1st Road, Keelung City
    (02)2422-3712

    Award-winning products:
    Chinese yam pie, sesame pie with Chinese yam, rice cookie, pineapple cookie.

  • Fongcheng Cake Store

    No. 176, Mingde 1st Road, Keelung City
    (02)2456-6659

    Award-winning products:
    Chinese yam cake.

  • Katherine Bakery

    No. 159, Dongxin Road, Keelung City
    (02)2456-6659

    Award-winning products:
    Multi-layer koumiss with Chinese yam, pudding with Chinese yam, bread with Chinese yam, jelly with Chinese yam.

  • Sanwunjhen Food Store

    No. 16, Ai 9th Road, Keelung City
    (02)2456-2358

    Award-winning products:
    Curry beef with Chinese yam, pork cookie with Chinese yam, Chinese yam cookie, sesame cookie, curry cookie.

  • Pengchu Bakery

    No. 208, Ren 2nd Road, Keelung City
    (02)2428-5117

    Award-winning products:
    steamed bread with Chinese yam, Chinese yam cake, French-style cake with Chinese yam, brioche with Chinese yam.

  • Evergreen Laurel Hotel

    No. 62-1 Jhongjheng Road, Keelung City
    (02)4279988-2801

    Award-winning products:
    Chinese yam cookie, jelly with Chinese yam, spinach roll with Chinese yam, cheese cake with Chinese yam.


Award-winning Seafood

  • Seafood Hall at Keelung Harbor

    1F, No. 181, Sin 2nd Road, Keelung City
    (02)2427-8026

    Award-winning products:
    Whale shark with garlic sauce, smoked silver pomfret

  • Guanghai Restaurant

    No. 141, Yi 1st Road, Keelung City
    (02)2422-2202

    Award-winning products:
    Stewed eel soup

  • New World Restaurant

    No. 82, Maijin Road, Keelung City
    (02)2433-6226

    Award-winning products:
    Pumpkin pie with crab meat

  • Beidu Hotel

    Sin 2nd Road, Keelung City
    (02)2422-8388

    Award-winning products:
    Scallop ball

  • Prince Restaurant

    No. 2, Lane 217, Ren 1st Road, Keelung City
    (02)2422-8588*9

    Award-winning products:
    Wrap with seafood and meat


Recommended Seafood

  • Home Economics Class of the Association of Fishermen in Keelung (Badouzih)

    2F, No. 5, Huangang Street, Keelung City

    Shrimp cutlet

  • Luo Yi-ming

    No. 211, Beining Road, Keelung City(Vendor No. 17 in Direct Sale Center of Bisha Fishing Port)

    Smoked whale shark, smoked squid, smoked roe, smoked fish glue

  • Chang Rong-hua

    Sieho Community Development Association, Keelung City, No. 159-5, Sieho Street

    Smoked whale shark

  • Shrimps and Crabs

    No. 36, Badou Street, Keelung City

    Flying fish roe with iced wine

  • Lan Siou-fong

    Keelung History and Literature Association, No. 153, He 1st Road, Keelung City

    Squid dumpling

  • Fishing Village

    2F, No. 5, Huangang Street, Keelung City

    Dumpling with flying fish roe

  • Tsai Li-huei

    No. 211, Beining Road, Keelung City(Vendors No. 32 and 37 in Direct Sale Center of Bisha Fishing Port)

    Dried shredded salmon

  • Song Ji-jheng

    No. 211, Beining Road, Keelung City(Vendors No. 19 and 27 in Direct Sale Center of Bisha Fishing Port)

    Dried shredded salmon

  • Jian Shu-jhen

    No. 211, Beining Road, Keelung City(Vendors No. 19 and 27 in Direct Sale Center of Bisha Fishing Port)

    Dried shredded salmon

  • Jian Shu-jhen

    No. 211, Beining Road, Keelung City(Vendor No. 30 in Direct Sale Center of Bisha Fishing Port)

    Smoked whale shark, mambo fish skin

  • Syu Man-ling

    No. 211, Beining Road, Keelung City(Vendor No. 41 in Direct Sale Center of Bisha Fishing Port)

    Dried shredded salmon, dried shredded swordfish

  • Lee Cing-zun

    (Ai 4th Road Night Market Committee) No. 6, Lane 10, Ai 4th Road, Keelung City

    Stewed eel soup

  • Bisha Fishing Port

    Beining Road, Jhongjheng District, Keelung City (Fishermen’s Association of Keelung)
    02-2469-5516
  • Bisha Marine Museum

    No. 69-1, Beining Road, Keelung City
    02-2469-5213

    Dried shredded salmon, dried shredded swordfish